There seemed to be a lot going on this weekend. We made a quick trip out of town, finished off some Riverfest activities (and food), and celebrated Taylor’s birthday (stay off the roads, she can drive now). I also squeezed in a bit of sewing and finally finished off the shirts to Kwik Sew 3034!
Now Easton has not one, not two, but three new sets. I’d say that should hold him, but the child really loves his pjs. Since this isn’t a new (to me) pattern, there really isn’t anything that I can say about it that I haven’t already blogged – it’s just a great basic pj design!
OOOOh, and before I forget, Happy Sewing Machine Day!
There’s nothing like finally making it into the sewing room to work on a few projects to make you feel like you’re making a dent in your to-do list (of course, my house looks like a disaster area). One project that I got started was Kwik Sew 3034, the toddler pajamas. Right now I have several of the shorts completed and all seem to fit well… in fact I had to chase Easton around to get him to take the shorts off:
I completely scrapped the Joann’s camo print after half-way sewing up the short. There was so little stretch in them, they just didn’t seem comfortable. So, FYI to anyone that purchased the (snow) camouflage print in the store this year, skip it, washing the fabric makes it looks most of it’s stretch!